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FAG  bearings usually are composed of two bearing rings with integral raceways. Rolling elements are arranged between the rings and roll on the raceways. Rolling elements can be balls, cylindrical rollers, needle rollers, tapered rollers or barrel rollers. The rolling elements are generally guided by a cage that keeps them at a uniform distance from each FAG Bearingsother and prevents them coming into contact with each other. In needle roller bearings and ribless spherical roller bearings, the cage also ensures that the rolling element axis is positioned correctly. Where bearings can be dismantled, the cage holds the rolling elements together and gives easier fitting of the bearings. For particular applications, rolling bearings with a full complement of balls, cylindrical rollers or needle rollers may be used. 


FAG Bearings have been synonymous with high quality for over 120 years. In 1883, Friedrich Fischer designed a ball grinding machine, Germany that, for the first time, made it possible to produce absolutely round steel balls by grinding. The invention is regarded as the foundation for the entire rolling bearing industry.




FAG 713667550 wheel bearings

Standard 440C Stainless Steel
440C Stainless Steel Radial

10 mm x 22 mm x 6 mm FAG HCS71900-C-T-P4S angular contact ball bearings

ABEC 1 | ISO P0 Ball Bearing
B00308 2 Seals

42 mm x 78 mm x 41 mm FAG FW9241 angular contact ball bearings

9 mm 45.7 mm
11.5 Nm 0.83 kg

1180 mm x 1540 mm x 272 mm FAG 239/1180-B-MB spherical roller bearings

61000 52100 Bearing Steel
Metric Series 38000

80 mm x 170 mm x 39 mm FAG 21316-E1-K + AH316 spherical roller bearings

No No
85 Class 0

190 mm x 340 mm x 92 mm FAG 22238-E1-K + AH2238G spherical roller bearings

Without Accessories 1100 rpm
2.50 mm 0 rpm

38 mm x 76 mm x 43 mm FAG FW9244 thrust roller bearings

No J7
No 43400

FAG 713618560 wheel bearings

11.5 kN 16 mm
-20 °C 62 mm